England manager Gareth Southgate says there should be no complications in their negotiations on a new deal.
Southgate beat San Marino 10-0 on Monday to secure a place in next year’s World Cup in Qatar.
Recent reports suggest that Southgate is about to sign an extension of its existing contract with the Football Association, which will expire at the end of the World Cup.
Southgate refused to pay attention to the situation while England focused on acquiring their qualifications.
But after his biggest-ever victory in competitive fixtures, he admitted that he saw no reason why his term should not be extended to at least Euro 2024.
Southgate said, “When you work with staff like I do and with a group of players who are just as acceptable and we have the potential, it’s obviously a lot of fun. . “
“So there is no reason to sit down other than the fact that we felt it was right to focus on the European Championships and get that qualification.
“Now is the time for you (FA Technical Director) John (McDermott) and (Chief Executive) Mark Billingham to go through everything – but I don’t expect it to be complicated.”
England are still awaiting their first major trophy since the 1966 World Cup, but Southgate have tended them in the right direction since the 2021 memorial.
After taking England to the Euro 2020 final in July and the World Cup semi-finals in 2018, the Southgate men will be the real contenders in Qatar.
But England’s World Cup challenge will be complicated by a lack of preparation time.
The Premier League announced last week that it would suspend the season after the weekend of November 12-13, with the World Cup starting just one week later.
While most pre-tournament camps allow time for several warm-up fixtures, scheduling means Southgate is not expected to play a friendly match before the World Cup.
“Before the tournament, I’m not sure what it will look like for anyone, but I don’t think it’s really likely that the teams will be able to play friendly,” Southgate said.
“If you think about Premier League teams on Saturday or Sunday, you need three or four days before you play and I think you usually have to be in the country five days before a big tournament. Will
“So these are going to be the teams that adapt the best and we’ve got some experience with the Nations League and the European Championships where we had a lot of players in the Champions League finals, so at least we Have gone through the experience. “